Giving Birth: Pushing for First-Time Moms
The expulsion of a first baby from a woman’s body is a space in time for much mischief and mishap to occur. It is also a space in time where her obstetrical future often gets decided and where she can be well served by a patient, rested midwife. Why... Read more
At What Age Can Babies Drink Water?
There are different ideas swirling around out there on what the appropriate age is to give babies water. What it all boils down to (pardon the pun) is this: do not offer water before 4 to 6 months of age, unless your doctor specifically recommended for a health concern. Read more
Is My Toddler Ready for Potty Training?
Like learning to sit up, crawl and walk, potty training is a skill that your child must learn. Before mastering this skill, there are certain other skills and abilities that must be in place before learning can begin. Read more
Colorado Woman Who Cut Baby from Pregnant Woman’s Womb Sentenced to 100 Years in Prison
A Colorado woman who was convicted of slicing open another woman and stealing her unborn child was sentenced to 100 years in prison on Friday, CNN reports. 35-year-old Dynel Lane was found guilty in February, nearly a year after her March 12 attack on Michelle Wilkins, a seven months... Read more
Do You Know The Right Age To Begin Calling Children Toddlers?
There’s no shortage of child development experts, but opinions about the definition of when a child shifts from infant to toddler vary. Read more
7 Ways to Manage a Toddler While Caring for an Infant
It’s a tough job, but mommy’s got to do it. Read more

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